Fresh evacuation calls in USA as Hurricane Matthew leaves a sting in his tail

Fresh evacuation calls in USA as Hurricane Matthew leaves a sting in his tail
 

Fresh appeals have been made for people in eastern North Carolina to leave low-lying areas as rivers swollen with rainwater caused flooding days after Hurricane Matthew passed.
Evacuations were ordered for about one-tenth of Greenville's 90,000 people. The Tar River continued to rise as forecasters expected it to crest above 25 feet by early Friday, a slight upward revision from previous estimates.
Authorities have closed one bridge across the swollen Tar and warned that multiple other bridges could close, isolating people on opposite sides. The city's airport was expected to remain closed... read more

 
12 October 2016 in World News, Views: 27
Source: Daily Record
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